Home Based Remortgage to Conveyancing Fee Earner

Expiring today

East Midlands
£20000 - £25000 per annum, Benefits: Company Pension Scheme
11 Nov 2021
09 Dec 2021
Rebecca Higgs
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
Are you working specifically in remortgage but would love to transition into a full conveyancing fee earner role? Do you want to work remotely? This is a unique opportunity for an experienced remortgage conveyancer to transition into a full and diverse residential conveyancer. Full training will be provided.

This is a remote based home working role, however occasional travel will be required to one of the firm’s sites based in Manchester, Leicester, Leeds, Northampton, and Newcastle. 

If you have experience in remortgage conveyancing and have the ambition to work on a more diverse and challenging conveyancing caseload this could be the role for you. Our client is looking for a current remortgage conveyancer who is driven, great with people, down to earth and not shy of getting stuck in. In return the firm will offer full comprehensive training from an award-winning provider, which will allow you to develop your skill set and move into running your own varied caseload, including freehold and leasehold sales and purchase, new build and shared ownership. Training will continue to allow you to progress through the ranks within the business at your own pace. 

If you have experience within Remortgage files and would like to make the transition to a full home based conveyancing role, please contact Rebecca Higgs at G2 Legal or apply online.

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